Join our ATX best supporters to network and plan for upcoming critical volunteer opportunities at a pet-friendly Yappy Hour on Friday, March 23rd at Yard Bar!
The THLN Central Texas chapter leadership team will be there to unveil our new volunteer engagement teams and the exciting new ways that you can help us strengthen Texas laws.
We have several important events coming up including opportunities for volunteers at major events and conferences in the next couple of months. We will also be providing a brief training for those interested in volunteering with our Educators team and Supporter Outreach Team on interacting with the public on behalf of THLN.
Come meet other passionate animal advocates and learn how you can help us strengthen animal protection laws across the Lone Star State. Please RSVP and we hope to see you there!
You’re invited to join the Texas Humane Legislation Network and Humane Tomorrow for our first-ever North Texas District Lobby Day!
The Texas legislature's 85th regular and special sessions have ended, and with the elections approaching this spring, state lawmakers are back in their home districts and focused on constituent matters. While many advocates "lobby" their legislators during session, many don't reach out in the interim years.
The off-session year is actually the most opportune time to truly make a lasting impression with state legislators, so that they remember when it counts. 2018 is also important to Texas as there is urgent animal protection legislation pending in Congress as we speak. Now is the time to advocate for humane legislation!
Register for our North Texas Lobby Day today! Advocates will be trained on effective interim lobbying and on current state and federal legislative issues. You will also have the opportunity to hear from a panel of local law enforcement on how you can help enforce laws once they're passed. Finally local state representatives will be stopping by to meet you and hear your concerns for a more humane Texas. Lunch is provided.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to network with other animal lovers, speak directly with legislators about passing strong laws for animals and learn how you can make a big difference for animals in 2018!
The constant stream of pets in crisis seems never-ending, but YOU can help be a part of the solution, and work upstream to reduce the number of cats and dogs in Texas needing rescue. Come meet other passionate animal advocates and learn how you can help us strengthen animal protection laws across the Lone Star State. Please RSVP and we hope to see you there!
Fido Fest is a day of fun for dogs that raises funds to support the programs and services of Humane Tomorrow. The dog walk starts at 10:00am and vendor booths will open immediately after the walk.
Texas Humane Legislation Network will be operating a vendor booth, and we need volunteers to help table at this event. Please email Crystal Sand at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help out.Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 09:00 AMWestchester Park, Flower Mound, TX10 RSVPs
Saturday, April 28th @ 11:00 a.m:
Workshop #3 : "Animal Abuse and Neglect Under Texas Law", Speakers: Shelby L. Bobosky, Esq., President, Legislative Chair and Board Member, Texas Humane Legislation Network, Felicia Kerney, Esq., Asst. Criminal D.A., Dallas County and Robert L. “Skip” Trimble, Esq., Board Member, Texas Humane Legislation Network.
Saturday, April 28th @ 4:00 p.m:
Workshop #18 : "Ask an Animal Lawyer and Avoid the Legal Pitfalls in Ordinances, Rescues/501c3s and Ownership", Shelby L. Bobosky, Esq., President, Legislative Chair and Board Member, Texas Humane Legislation Network; Don Feare, Jr. Esq., The Feare Law Firm, PC; Robert L. “Skip” Trimble, Esq., Board Member, Texas Humane Legislation Network; and Randy Turner, Esq., Animal Attorney, Law Offices of Randall E. Turner, PLLC.Sunday, April 08, 2018 at 07:00 AM through April 10, 2018Renaissance Austin Hotel, 9721 Arboretum Blvd, Austin, TX 7875950 RSVPs
Join more than 3,000 pups and their people for Strut Your Mutt 2018, the Race to End Animal Cruelty on Saturday, May 12th. The 5K timed run or 3K fun run/walk starts at the base of the Margaret Hunt-Hill Bridge in West Dallas in the Trinity Groves area. The route goes over the Ronald Kirk Bridge and winds through the Design District before heading back for a fabulous after party complete with mimosas and plenty of wonderful vendors to visit.
For more information, contact: Jan Scoggins - email@example.com
Or you can register here.Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 09:00 AMMargaret Hunt-Hill Bridge, Trinity Groves, West Dallas, TX0 RSVPs